Oracle BPM Boundary Events and SDO Services

If you are having problems making boundary events work for service tasks based on SDO services, this post is for you. This was tested with SOA Suite 11.1.1.6.5. I have many service references in the project composite based on ADF SDO based services. A few operations are invoked using the Service Task in bpm process Read more about Oracle BPM Boundary Events and SDO Services[…]

How to authenticate to a WebService using a CSF Key

In order to do this you need to first set up a Java Keystore. Here are the steps to do this. Step 1 : Creating the Java Keystore Go to the domain_home/config/fmwconfig directory, where domain_home is the name and location of the domain for which the keystore is to be used. Enter a keytool command such as the following Read more about How to authenticate to a WebService using a CSF Key[…]

How to extend a WebLogic Domain for OWSM

If an MDS schema has not been generated for the domain you need to do that first. Use the RCU to create the MDS schema first. Select the Metadata Services schema as shown below and follow through the RCU wizard to create the schema. Run the WebLogic Domain Configuration wizard (<MiddlewareHome>/oracle_common/common/bin/config.sh), and select Extend an Read more about How to extend a WebLogic Domain for OWSM[…]

How to resolve : WSM-06102 The policy reference URI “oracle/wss_username_token_client_policy” is not valid

This post details the solution when you get this error when trying to access a Web Service protected by an OWSM policy from an ADF application. Log into Weblogic Administration console and in Deployments check if the wsm-pm application is Active. If it’s active, You may just have to change the target servers for the application Read more about How to resolve : WSM-06102 The policy reference URI “oracle/wss_username_token_client_policy” is not valid[…]

How to write a Java Client supplying username/password for a WebService secured using the oracle/wss_username_token_service_policy

In the EM Console go to the ‘Test’ page for the service you are developing a client for and copy the WSDL url. In JDeveloper, in your Java Project, create a new Web Service Proxy When setting the wsdl url, change ‘wsdl’ to ‘orawsdl’ Go through the wizard accepting the defaults and setting appropriate package Read more about How to write a Java Client supplying username/password for a WebService secured using the oracle/wss_username_token_service_policy[…]

Web Services Attachment with MTOM

Intro I was preparing for a blog about binary attachment using web services. Just this week, I had to write a client code to help one of my co-workers test uploading binary data via Document Content Web Services for his newly installed I/PM framework. What a coincidence! This post shows how you can upload and Read more about Web Services Attachment with MTOM[…]